Android Forensic Handbook provides what you'll need to know to forensically examine data located on devices running Google’s Android OS. It is designed to assist commercial investigators as well as law enforcement and government analysts.
Android Forensic Handbook explores the Android operating system and the tools and techniques for forensically examining them, and then gives you step-by-step solutions for performing your examination with minimal costs. Android Forensic Handbook also covers proper search and seizure methodology, and contains exercises for you to practice the skills shown to you throughout the book.
Android Forensic Handbook differs from other titles in that it offers a step-by-step, solution-oriented approach that gets down to the nuts and bolts of forensic examination. It is targeted to the harried, overburdened analyst who does not have time to spend on too much theory or research, but would like a handbook that will provide blueprints and resources to gather more information.
Android Forensic Recipes does not burden you with overly technical and esoteric subjects, but does provide clear instructions and directions on how to extract and report data on Android devices, compliant with all versions of Android, including 2.3, 3.x and Android 4.
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Michael Harrington is a former police detective sergeant for the Michigan State Police, who spent nine years in the Computer Crimes Unit as a forensic analyst. He is past owner of Innovative Digital Forensic Solutions LLC, the training and software company that produced Pandora’s Box and WOLF for the mobile forensics community. He is the director of training and services for Teel Technologies, traveling around the globe training law enforcement and military officers and researching and developing cutting-edge forensics courses. He has published articles in Deep Foundations magazine and writes regularly on cell phone forensics on his blog, Mobile Forensics: mobileforensics.wordpress.com.
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